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Jason Marlow

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Employment History

LE Investigator II

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission


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Community - accessgulfcoast.com

www.accessgulfcoast.com [cached]

When FWC officer Jason Marlow stepped from his vehicle, he was greeted with several gunshots but escaped injury.However two bullets hit his patrol vehicle.It is possible the suspect's vehicle was also hit when Marlow returned fire.


preview.floridasportsman.com

A check of suspicious activity in Santa Rosa County--trespass and illegal hunting--on private lands turned into a major bust for Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officer Jason Marlow.After apprehanding the offender, a 12-year-old boy with numerous trespass and illegal hunting complaints on his record, Marlow questioned the youngster on where he obtained the firearm-a .22 caliber rifle.The response was "from his uncle" who lived on the adjoining property.Marlow then went to the uncle's trailer to speak with him.That's when the officer's keen powers of observation came into play.Marlow observed three men, a pistol on the kitchen table and an operating meth lab inside the structure.He arrested the occupants and when the uncle pedaled up on a bicycle, apprehended him, too.


Online Casts - 5/7/04

www.floridasportsman.com [cached]

A check of suspicious activity in Santa Rosa County--trespass and illegal hunting--on private lands turned into a major bust for Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officer Jason Marlow.After apprehanding the offender, a 12-year-old boy with numerous trespass and illegal hunting complaints on his record, Marlow questioned the youngster on where he obtained the firearm-a .22 caliber rifle. The response was "from his uncle" who lived on the adjoining property.Marlow then went to the uncle's trailer to speak with him.That's when the officer's keen powers of observation came into play. Marlow observed three men, a pistol on the kitchen table and an operating meth lab inside the structure.He arrested the occupants and when the uncle pedaled up on a bicycle, apprehended him, too.


WJHG | State And County Officials Search for Two Cop Shooting Suspects

www.wjhg.com [cached]

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officer Jason Marlow stopped a blue mid-sized car for a traffic violation just after 1:00 a.m. Monday morning, March 15 on Bob Pitts Road near the Santa Rosa-Okaloosa County line. Marlow, who was not injured in the incident, returned fire as he ducked for cover.Two of the shots struck his patrol vehicle.The task force is soliciting public help in solving the case.A reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the individuals responsible for the shooting.The task force is actively pursuing all potential leads in the case, including several tips already provided by citizens. The suspect vehicle is described as an older model, blue, four-door sedan, possibly a Chevrolet Cavalier or similar vehicle, apparently from the 1980's or early 1990's.


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